01-07-2013 09:18 PM
I am going to be blunt and please forgive me. I know right now it seems tough, not being able to be approved. But trying to recon Capital One is close to impossible. I have tried numerous times. It took me 8 times in one year to be finally approved for my OWN unsecured capital one card.
I was just approved on 01/06/12 for a Capital One Cash Rewards. I have discharged from bk7 in June. The trustee allowed me to open a Cap 1 Secured in May and Orchard bank. In July I opened first primier. It's been about 7-8 Months and I applied and was instantly approved for Cash rewards with a 500 dollar limit, not much but it is a start..
To start your credit, just apply for fingerhut and see what happens.. You don't have to use it for it to report 0 balance
01-07-2013 09:27 PM
Could anybody give advice, information, and/or tips for reconning a denied Capital 1 app? Thank You...
ihatemyscore is probably right, but just to check, what card were you applying for? Venture/Cash Rewards Visa (no fee)? These are the "excellent credit" cards that Cap One offers. Or was it other cards? Not to say that reconning any will necessarily be possible, but the first ones are surprisingly hard to get (as people have low expectations of Cap One) so if you are denied those, there are decent alternatives elsewhere.
01-08-2013 07:00 AM
01-08-2013 07:28 AM
So you may of applied for a excellent card with cap one. They are actually harder to get than the average credit; credit cards they offer.
Fingerhut pulled EQ and is reporting to eq and tu right now. Yeah its a positive revolving account! In 45 days apply for the average credit cash rewards from cap uno.
01-08-2013 11:44 AM
If you have a 600+ FICO.. you could get a GECRB account at various retailers and build that way....
GECRB is great for building.. even if you have to get a store account!
01-08-2013 01:04 PM
Cap1 is very hard to recon, I tried like 5 times and they tell me the same stroy. I even called the corporate office and same there as well. They are very stingy with their cli. I have Cap1 secured for about almost 1 year now and got $100 increase 6 months in and nothing ever since that. I have Fingerhut for about 3 years noe, I don't use it because their like double the price!!!. Your score can be low and still get approve. I know mine was like around high 400's back than and got it. They report consistantly. Also alittle trick that I have learned along the way with Fingerhut, I had purchse something and returned it becasue I didn't like it.
So somehow Fingerhut report has positive payment which was great for me. That wasn't intentional but it worked out great, ever since than they raised my credit limit $100 increments at a time and now it's $650 and been there forawhile now. Definitely start out with Fingerhut. Good luck!!
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